30 females and 28 males recognized by the conference for their dedication inside the classroom
Current & former student-athletes recognized at UMES Commencement
Hawks' senior among nominees for Academic All-American team
Candidates for one of the most prestigious awards in college athletics
Second half comeback key in first MEAC win, 69-58
UMES 2015 Spring Graduation inside the William P. Hytche Athletic Center (Photos by Jim Glovier & Submitted Photos)
2015 "The Harry's" (Photo by Lloydlee Heite)
UMES vs. Hampton at the Norfolk Scope Arena during the 2015 MEAC Tournament (Photo credit: Mark Sutton)
See the action from the men's first NCAA post-season appearance in 41 years as they battled High Point in the 2015 CIT.
See Mark Sutton's shot from the 2015 MEAC Tournament of UMES men taking on Hampton
2013-14: Named 2014 Arthur Ashe Jr. Sports Scholar of the Year ... a 2014 AllState NABC Good Works Team Nominee ... played in 30 games, starting 13 ... hybrid player for Hawks with starts at guard, forward and center ... second on team with 130 rebounds and 4.3 rebounds-per-game ... .464 field goal percentage ... seven games with atleast five rebounds, including season-high nine at Oregon State (Dec. 15) ... had season-high 15 points and five boards vs. Hampton (Feb. 24) ... posted four games with double-digit points ... career-high five assists against NC Central (Feb. 2) ... fifth on the team in points (160) and sixth in points-per-game (5.3) ... played atleast 20 minutes in 23 of 30 games
2012-13:2012-13 NABC Honors Court recipient ... Made an appearance in 28 games, starting six of those contests ... averaged 20.5 minutes per game to score 5.4 points per game ... shot 38.8 percent from the field, averaged 3.7 rebounds per game, 1.6 assists in 573 minutes ... scored a season-high 15 points in the opening game of the season at Hawai'i.
2011-12: Started 12 games in his freshman season ... Played in 26 games to total 182 points (7.0 ppg) ... Averaged 25.2 minutes ... Shot 38.8 percent from the field (62-160) ... Finished second on the team in assists (83) ... Recorded a team-high 29 steals ... Fourth on the team in total rebounds (95).
Personal: Son of Richard Pitt and Dana McCarty ... Has two brothers Rio and Shiloh Pitt ... Born April 2 in Scarborough, Ontario, Canada ... Earned academic honors his freshman, sophomore and senior years of high school ... Plans to pursue master's and doctorate after graduation ... His personal goals are to be the best leader and player he can be.
PITT'S CAREER STATISTICS